A few people have asked me this recently, and I got caught in a new restaurant without my card. So I’m going to share a little translation with you, that you can print and take out for dining. It’s helped me heaps – however you may need someone to slightly change some of the words depending on your dietary preferences (as I don’t personally eat red meat). I hope you find it helpful 🙂
Crave has got to be my second favourite restaurant, after World’s End Cafe.
Located on the road across 7/11 in Haad Yao, my friends told me about this place and I had to check it out!
Known for their amazing burgers and chill vibe (not to mention Jenga sets!), I ate there a few times and was never disappointed! The Western owners knew about gluten and were able to make some accommodations for me.
While they cook most things on the grill, they pan fried the white fish and Mediterranean chicken burger for me in a pan to avoid cross contamination.
Their salads were also amazing – but the best part – is that their chips are gluten free! I was in heaven!
Check these guys out for a good gluten free meal!
This is my favourite restaurant, end of.
Lotte, the owner, is a Celiac as well and always has something scrummy cooking in the back. I love going to Koh Phangan because I know that I will eat well and get some things I don’t normally in Bangkok!
You can order pancakes, burgers, full English breakfasts, quiches and sandwiches – all gluten free!
Located in Chaloklum, The World’s End Cafe is open daily from 7:30 to 4pm. It’s worth the motorbike or taxi ride!
Not convinced? Read my first post about the place here!
If you want some fresh Boston lobstah – get down to Crab & Claw in Emquartier!
There were Western staff and they were able to confidently explain what was gluten free. Plus they had some delicious cocktails – which was great for my celebration with friends!
Order the salads and fresh lobster – you won’t be disappointed!
This restaurant comes highly recommended by a colleague of mine. Looking for a safe gluten free dining experience, she suggested Comptoir Eiffel nestled in Soi 23. Continue reading
Thank goodness for Trip Advisor! This was my first food stop in Chiang Mai and it was about 5 mins from my hotel. It’s down Chang Klan, on the south side of the Sridornchai intersection. In fact, you should be able to see it from Pantip Plaza. Continue reading